(Reuters) – London stocks slide UK shares tumbled for a fifth straight session on Wednesday, as a U.S. warning to brace for a coronavirus pandemic raised fears of widespread disruptions to supply chains, while Rio Tinto became the latest company to flag a hit from the outbreak.
The Anglo-Australian miner (L: RIO) said it would see a short-term impact from the epidemic, which has infected about 80,000 people and killed more than 2,700. Its shares were flat in early trading as it posted its best underlying earnings since 2011.
London stocks slide
With the deadly virus spreading rapidly outside China, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has alerted Americans to begin preparing for a likely pandemic.
London’s export-laden FTSE 100 slid 0.5% to a one-year low, while the domestically focused mid-cap index (FTMC) shed 0.3%.
Sectors reliant on China for revenue, including miners (FTNMX1770) and luxury goods makers (FTNMX3760) , fell between 0.5% and 0.7%.
The difference between a suitability assessment and a sustainability assessment
The difference between a suitability assessment and a sustainability assessment in a project feasibility study A feasibility study consists of several key points
It greatly helps in the success of this study, as all steps must be implemented and none of them should be ignored
This is because they work in a circular motion, which are rings that complement each other and help in the success of the project when one of the links is lost
This leads to an imbalance and the inability to implement the feasibility study at the same level of feasibility required,
So in this article, we will explain to you what is the difference between a suitability assessment and a sustainability assessment in a project feasibility study.